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Winter 1973

Modern Age

Volume: 17
Number: 1
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Modern Age has been America’s leading conservative quarterly for more than half a century.



On Classical Studies
A Fire Bell in the Night: The Southern Conservative View
Nineteenth-Century Messianism and Twentieth-Century Interventionism
The Perennial Problem of Illiteracy
The Literature of Dissent in the Soviet Union
St. Thomas and the Vistorians: A Standard for Judgement
American Government: A Byzantine Predicament
Myth and Utopia
On Poetry Heroic and Patiotic


The Conquest of Eden
Robert Manson Myers, ed., The Children of Pride: A True Tale of Georgia an the Civil War
The Limits of Liberty
Michael Pearson, Those Damned Rebels: The American Revolution as Seen Through British Eyes
The Bounds of Free Speech
George Anastaplo, The Constitutionalist: Notes on the First Amendment
The European Twilight
Oron J. Hale, The Great Illusion 1900-1914
Leninization of the Left
Branko Lazitch and Milorad M. Drachkovitch, Lenin and the Comintern, Vol. I
The Failure of a Mission
Chin-tung Liang, General Stilwell in China, 1942-1944: The Full Story
The Toil and the Task
Yves Simon, Work, Society, and Culture
The Ecological Paradox
David w. McKain, ed., The Whole Earth: Essays in Appreciation, Anger, and Hope
Not Proven
Eudora Welty, The Optimist's Daughter
Hai Pylai Haidou
John Eppstein, Has The Catholic Church Gone Mad?